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Daniel is a Clinical Psychologist with over 7 years working experience as a Psychologist. He has worked in Private Practice, Vocational Rehabilitation, Injury Management, Neuropsychological testing in a Drug and Alcohol context, Prison Counselling and Programs and Domestic Violence offending treatment.
Daniel has experience working with a wide range of clients with Depression, Anxiety, Adjustment Difficulties, Stress management, Grief/loss, Trauma, and Personality difficulties. He has experience working with clients from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Daniel is also a Catholic Clinical Psychologist, and will work with his clients, in a manner that is sensitive to their spiritual and ethical beliefs.
He is committed to working in a client-centred and empathic manner, and in using best practice and evidence-based techniques and approaches with his clients to assist them in living a meaningful and valued life. He identifies with being both Humanistic and Pragmatic, and strives to work flexibly with his clients in achieving or identifying their own goals for life. He utilises techniques from a broad range of evidence based therapeutic techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy, Existential Therapy, and Behavioural Activation strategies, among others.
Qualifications and Experience
- 2010 - Master of Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology) (MAppPsych) from Murdoch University